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A special thanks to the handful of tipsters who informed us that Adresse has shuttered—seemingly overnight. The upscale designer boutique—which housed labels like The Row, Lela Rose, and Belstaff—was relatively short-lived in Old City; the shop relocated from its longtime home on Locust Street to 45 North Second Street just last May.
What makes this especially perplexing is that we recently spoke with reps from the store who told us—in response to this article—that boutique owner Stef Lutzo was not, in fact, planning a move back to Rittenhouse Row. However, no mention of the boutique's closure was made. Adresse's Facebook and website have been disabled, as well. Major side-eye over here. Stay tuned.
*Update* 3/6: Adresse isn't closing, just moving. More to come.
· Adresse Finds a Permanent New Home in Old City [Racked Philly]
· Here's Why Adresse Has Left Locust Street [Racked Philly]
· Philly's 38 Best Independent Boutiques, Fall 2013 [Racked Philly]